Week In Review

April 2 – 8


Happy Sunday! I am very sad because my vacation week is over and I have to go back out into the world and back to work tomorrow. It was a good week. I let myself sleep in, I watched some movies, and I read some books.

And I watched so much TV. I finished Justified right at the start of my vacation, so it’s my new favourite show and I’ve already been rewatching some episodes. I’ve also been catching up on Supernatural, New Girl, starting Angie Tribeca, The Terror, and Sneaky Pete, and trying to start watching Sons of Anarchy but it isn’t on Netflix so boo. I still have to catch up on The Walking Dead and iZombie but overall, I am pretty pleased with everything I managed to watch the past week or so.

New books:

Penguin Random House Canada sent me two books (thank you!):

Other People’s Houses, Abbi Waxman; and

The Amateurs, Liz Harmer.

Books read:

I finished four books while I was on vacation. I kind of wanted to read more this week, but I spent a lot of my time sleeping and watching TV, so it is what it is:

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, Becky Albertalli;

Gunslinger Girl, Lyndsay Ely;

Pronto, Elmore Leonard; and

IQ, Joe Ide.

Current reads:

I’m not reading anything else yet. I just finished IQ right before typing this post up, so I’m trying to decide which book to start next! Since it’s the last afternoon of my vacation, I want to try and pick something I’m really going to enjoy.


I posted two reviews this week: Meg Wolitzer’s The Female Persuasion, and my sister’s review of Book, Line, and Sinker by Jenn McKinlay.


 Time to try and mentally prepare myself to go back to work tomorrow!

2 Responses to Week In Review

  1. Joann Downie says:

    I have seen Other People’s Houses on a few blogs now, I hope you enjoyed it, and I just finished a Jenn Mckinlay book-part of the Library Lover’s series, Death in the Stacks!! Now I want the whole series for sure!

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